Dispute resolution solicitor joins Birkett Long

Dispute resolution solicitor joins Birkett Long

Law firm, Birkett Long, has announced the appointment of Perdeep Grewal as a solicitor in its Chelmsford office.

A construction and dispute resolution specialist, Perdeep advises shareholders, directors and SMEs on shareholder disputes, debt recovery matters, professional negligence claims and commercial contract disputes.

He is also part of the multidisciplinary construction team and advises developers, contractors and subcontractors on all types of construction disputes including payment issues, defects and professional negligence claims.

On the announcement of his appointment, Perdeep said: “As a litigator, no two days are ever the same. I provide commercial and practical advice to my clients on the best way to resolve disputes. My services are always tailored to the particular needs of each client. I tackle cases with diligence and employ a strategic approach in litigation and settlement discussions.

“Birkett Long is a well-established, ambitious and dynamic law firm. What appealed to me about Birkett Long was the strength of the dispute resolution team across Essex, and the high calibre of the solicitors who are specialists within their chosen fields. It is an exciting time for the firm as it continues to grow. It brings me great pleasure to join a successful and thriving practice.”

Perdeep joins from an Essex law firm where he worked for four years. He predominately worked in the dispute resolution team and maintained an extremely high success record. Perdeep said: “As a solicitor I always think outside the box when my clients approach me with a new challenge. I first understand what my client’s goals are, as this is fundamental for any solicitor. I then work out the best way to achieve those goals in a cost effective and efficient manner.”

Keith Songhurst, Partner and Head of the South Essex Dispute Resolution Team said: “We are really pleased that Perdeep has joined our team, further strengthening our offering in dispute resolution and construction law.” 

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